30 Simply Amazing Interiors at NYC Residences

 

A Marcel Wanders pendant fixture hangs above Abel Sorenson chairs. Photography by Eric Laignel. In the master bedroom, a credenza and table by Rodolfo Dordoni meet an oil on canvas by Eric Zener. Photography by Eric Laignel. Cabinetry built from maple, scored and painted, unifies the dining area, which doubles as Fedora Design’s office, with the kitchen. Photography by Stephan Julliard. As photographed by Terry O’Neill, Brigitte Bardot dominates the entry, where parquet in reclaimed oak first appears. Photography by Eric Laignel. A mirror by Tyler Hays reflects a custom chandelier by Lindsey Adelman in the entry, which also connects private spaces to the living area. Photography by Eric Laignel. Panels of book-matched Turkish marble back the soy-composite tub in the master bathroom. Photography by Eric Laignel. The chair in the living area is by Hans Brattrud. Photography by Eric Laignel. Strips of polished stainless steel appear to tether the Calacatta marble top of the kitchen island. Photography by Eric Laignel. Project: 432 Park Ave. Firm: Rafael Viñoly Architects. Location: New York, NY. Image courtesy of DBOX for CIM Group & Macklowe Properties. The kitchen counter and backsplash are Chinese marble. Photography by Eric Laignel. In the bedroom, an Italian 1970’s lamp meets a photograph by Shinishi Maruyama. Photography by Eric Laignel. Dining chairs by William Katavolos, Douglas Kelly, and Ross Littell have been updated with frames in oiled bronze-plated steel. Photography by Eric Laignel. Project: Garden Pavillion. Firm: O’Neill McVoy Architects. Location: Brooklyn, NY. Photography courtesy of Steven Holl Architects. Project: One57. Firm: Christian de Portzamparc. Location: New York, NY. Photography by Evan Joseph. Wendell Castle’s benches sit on the entry’s honed and sealed limestone floor. Photography by Eric Laignel. In the larger party room, leather upholsters the sectional. Photography by Eric Laignel. ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Eric Laignel. A new doorway with custom barn-style oak doors allows the guest room and the study to function as a self- contained suite. Photography by Eric Laignel. Project: Live-work duplex. Firm: Marpillero Pollak Architects. Location: TriBeCa, NY. Photography by Michael Howerton/Esto. Sandstone wraps the kitchen island. Photography by Doug Young. The apartment’s dining table and benches are teak. Photography by Eric Laignel. Project: Garden Pavillion. Firm: O’Neill McVoy Architects. Location: Brooklyn, NY. Photography courtesy of Steven Holl Architects. Seating includes Danish 1960’s side chairs in the dining area and Tullio Regge’s lounge chairs in the living area. Photography by Stephan Julliard. Project: Triplex apartment. Firms: Hanlin Design and Cooper Joseph Studio. Location: Cobble Hill, Brooklyn, NY. Photography by Eduard Hueber/Arch Photo. ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Eric Laignel. Project: Architecture firm. Firm: Inc Architecture & Design. Location: Flatiron, NY. Photography by Mohammad Askarzadeh. Project: Live-work duplex. Firm: Marpillero Pollak Architects. Location: TriBeCa, NY. Photography by Michael Howerton/Esto. A lamp by Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni stands in the apartment’s den, which also features an archival C-print on acrylic by Irene Maymiye. Photography by Doug Young. At a Midtown apartment by Hariri & Hariri, a Roy Lichtenstein print hangs against the den’s fireplace surround in stacked limestone. Photography by Eric Laignel. ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Eric Laignel.

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